Colleges prepare students for futures in nursing, physical therapy, and other healthcare occupations. Instructors have transitioned in-person lectures to online learning without much fuss, but health programs also require students to spend months in a clinical setting to obtain hands-on experience. The lack of clinical access was most noticeable with nursing programs, but AIC’s Dean of the School of Health Sciences Karen Rousseau, RN, PhD, says it had an impact on other health programs as well. Read the full story in Healthcare News to learn how AIC met unprecedented challenges.
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